Luxury Kenya Travel
Luxury Kenya Travel
Let's Plan Your Travel to Kenya
Because of its diversity, access and experiences offered, Kenya has always been a favourite for safari enthusiasts. With vast savannahs and dramatic mountains, it is obvious why the animators of Disney’s Lion King traveled to Kenya’s Great Rift Valley and Masai Mara National Park to get inspiration for the film’s landscape.
Located in the south, the most established park in Kenya is the Masai Mara. Game viewing here is like no other; Sightings of lion prides, elephant herds, leopard cubs and the wildebeest migration (between August and November) are just examples of what to expect to see on a morning game drive.
A Kenya safari is particularly attractive because of the activities it offers. The Laikipa Plateau in central Kenya offers camel and horse riding, quad biking and tubing on the Ewaso Nyiro River. In the Lewa Conservancy, travelers can visit rhino sanctuaries, dog-tracking units, and other wildlife conservation programmes.
The capital Nairobi, is a hustling city which is usually the starting point, or end destination of a Kenya safari holiday. Although the city is predominantly a business hub, there are interesting visits to be made; For example, adopt a baby elephant at the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, or share a breakfast with giraffes at the famous Giraffe Hotel.
The Kenyan coast is also worth combining with your safari. An hour south of Mombasa lies Diani– arguably the country’s most beautiful beach. The coastline is formed of sparkling white sands, hugged by lush forests. For those looking for a more active stay, snorkeling, diving, and paddle boarding can be arranged. On the other hand, for those looking to sit back and enjoy the paradise coastline, do so with fresh seafood, delicious cocktails and wonderful service.
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Suggested Itineraries for Kenya
Our experts know Kenya like the back of their hand, and having travelled extensively around the country, they have put together some trips and tours, and some of the best safari camps and hotels to get you inspired.
Nairobi, Amboseli National Park, Meru National Park, Masai Mara National Park, Diani Beach11 NightsFrom $9,198 PPA luxury flying safari which takes you to three national parks in Kenya. These will give you an all-...
Nairobi, Ol Pejeta Conservancy, Samburu National Reserve, Masai Mara National Park10 NightsFrom $7,247 PPThis itinerary is a combination of flying and driving, offering safari highlights in Kenya.
Nairobi, Laikipia Plateau, Borana Conservancy, Masai Mara and Diani Beach12 NightsFrom $8,711 PPThis itinerary is a combination of flying and driving, offering safari highlights in Kenya suited fo...
Nairobi, Naboisho Conservancy, Watamu Beach11 NightsFrom $5,853 PPExplore Kenya's capital Nairobi, experience a safari in one of the private reserves of the Maasai Ma...
Your Private Kenya Safari
The wildlife in Kenya is second-to-none. The destination that is always at the forefront of the safari in Kenya is the Masai Mara National Reserve located in the south, and rightly so. The Masai Mara is one of the densest wildlife destinations in all of Africa, home to hundreds of lion prides, cheetahs, leopards, elephants, giraffe, hippo and crocodile, among many others. In particular, the elephant population has been increasing every year, and statistics show that the population has doubled from 16,000 in 1990, to now over 35,000 today.
On top of the incredible resident wildlife in the Masai Mara, during the months of July to October, you can see the wildebeest migration herds in Masai Mara. The herds cross the Mara River from the Serengeti in Tanzania into the Masai Mara in Kenya around July/August to spend a couple of months enjoying the fresh pasture in Kenya. They then head back into Tanzania, crossing the river again around October. The migration movements vary each year depending on the rain patterns but, if you want to see the herds in the Mara, the August to September period is the most reliable. The staff at Ol Pejeta Bush Camp are waiting to welcome you!
Best Safari Camps in Kenya
We have put together some of our favorite, and most recommended safari camps in Kenya. Our specialists have travelled extensively around the national parks and reserves, so if you have specific questions, or just want to ask which accommodation we’d recommend for you, please get in touch!
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